The road leading into the park is very poor and should be driven with care, and should only be used with a 4 x 4 or ATV vehicle.
Bring your own drinking water, as potable water is not available in the park.
Boulder Creek Provincial Park
About This Park
The road through the park is a route for hikers, ATVs, and mountain bikers to access destination in the upper part of the valley, such as Brian Boru and Tiltusha Peaks.
Established Date: June 29, 1999
Park Size: 53 hectares
Location and Maps
Nature and Culture
- History: Boulder Creek became a Provincial Park in the year 1999.
- Cultural Heritage: Within the traditional territory of the Wet’suwet’en First Nation.
- Conservation: The park protects a small parcel of mostly old growth hemlock and a small amount of sub-alpine fir, spruce and pine with a rich mossy undergrowth indicative of an old growth forest. The stand age class is approximately 250+ years. The Ministry of Sustainable Resources designated the Boulder Creek Valley as a Forest Ecosystems Network to protect its natural values and provide wildlife habitat.
- Wildlife (specific to this park or area): Moose, bears, and coyotes are known to frequent the area.